Facilities Projects

Updated 3/24/20 - updated information shown in red

Gibson Grant Log Cabin

Description: This project is the restoration of the Gibson Grant Log Cabin located at the intersection of Flower Mound Rd. and Quail Run. The  project will restore the exterior to the 1890-1925 time period by removing some of the additions and will result in a one-story, 950 square foot, six-room museum.

A professional services agreement with McCoy Collaborative Preservation Architecture, PLLC., was approved at the February 18, 2019 council meeting. Notice to proceed was March 4. Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) contract awarded at the September 16 council meeting. A revised CIP budget was approved at the same meeting, combining all three phases to take advantage of grant funding. An amendment to the professional services agreement, which combined the three phases for design, was approved December 16. Anticipate GMP contract going to council for approval in September. A manager communication for an amendment with the CMAR was approved for geotech probes.  Staff met again with the Texas Historical Commission onsite on March 2, 2020.  

Project cost: $1,575,593
Funding source(s): Grant/Interlocal, Other

Fire Station #7

Description: The project consists of an approximately 10,000 square foot Fire Station and associated site improvements located on Skillern Road, just north of the intersection of Wichita Trail and Skillern Road.

A professional services agreement with Brown, Reynolds Watford Architects, Inc. for the design, in the amount of $399,600, was approved on February 5, 2018. Kick off meeting held February 20. Design is complete. Construction contract awarded to Schmoldt Construction Inc. in the amount of $4,495,650 on January 7, 2019. Notice to proceed was February 18. Construction is ongoing. Substantial completion was pushed to May 2020 due to a roof design issue that is being resolved. This design issue does not create a change order for the Town since it is the architect’s subcontractor that created the roof redesign. However, it has created a delay as the construction contractor has to adjust the dry-in date to work around the roof changes. Additional delays anticipated due to the theft of roof decking material last weekend. Police report was filed, and new material ordered. Contractor is working on the roofing again.

Project cost: $7,770,000 (includes apparatus)
Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package (cash from General Fund), Tax Debt
Anticipated completion: June 2020

Library Expansion/Renovation

Description: This project consists of a renovation of the existing 25,000 sq. foot Library and an expansion of approximately 15,000 sq. ft., as well as associated FFE and site improvements. Also, includes parking for Peters Colony park located to the west of the Library.

On December 4, 2017,  a professional services agreement was approved for design services with Komatsu Architecture., for $794,963. Komatsu Architecture was the architect for the library when built. Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) contract with Steele-Freeman was approved on June 18, 2018. Site plan was approved March 20, 2019. Construction award and testing award were both approved at the May 6 council meeting. Notice to proceed issued for May 20. Construction is ongoing. 

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Project cost: $12,500,000
Funding source(s): Other, Park Development Fees, TIRZ Debt, Tax Debt
Anticipated completion: December 2020

Police Department Expansion/Renovation - Phase  III

Description: The project consists of renovations to the report writing room, jury/community room, CID space, interview room, existing training room, and the men’s locker room.

Renovations are ongoing. 

Project cost: $250,000
Funding source(s): Decision Package (cash from General Fund)
Anticipated completion: October 2020